Grammarly is an automated grammar and writing revision tool for academic writing. Grammarly will not edit your work for you; it is up to you to incorporate Grammarly's feedback and decide what suggestions are most appropriate. For a more comprehensive paper review, consider making a reservation with a writing instructor.
First-time Grammarly users should go to Grammarly's Create Your Account page to sign up for an account.
Once you have created an account, you can log in at Grammarly's homepage. Bookmark this login page for future access to the website.
For additional instructions on using this tool, see our resources on Accessing Grammarly. We're happy to answer grammar or revision questions at email@example.com; however, if you're experiencing any technical issues, please contact Grammarly Support. See Grammarly’s Troubleshooting FAQ or Submit a Request for help.
Grammarly works best using the Firefox or Google Chrome browsers. Grammarly@edu is brought to you by Grammarly grammar checker.
Please note that although Grammarly has a feature to check for plagiarism that it is not as robust as Turnitin. You can always use the Academic Skills Center's dropboxes for Turnitin to check your assignments before you turn them in.